Join us for a night out in Moscow and learn how to walk, talk, drink and party like a Russian. Obviously there will be lots of vodka but we'll also include craft beer and berry-infused spirits, too. Your local guide will teach you how to do shots the Russian way (by saying a special toast!) and we'll pair our vodka with tasty local snacks. Discover hidden gems and pass by some of the city’s most famous icons, including the legendary KGB building. As the Russians hardly ever say… “Na zdorovie!”
The tour starts with a hotel pickup up or cruise port meeting (if you are a cruise traveler). Driving to the class studio our local guide will give you a brief overview of Russian culture and traditional holidays. As soon as you get to the studio, a local artist will teach you how to make Matryoshkas and give you a tour of his own works of art. It is an exciting journey in the world of exotic local painting and craft. While making your own doll you will have a chance to taste Russian tea – another fun experience. Russian tea is usually a mixture of local herbs including oregano and melissa.After class you can take your Matreshka home and present it to your family members or friends as a gift.
Scream over the runways of super-hardened Iraqi airbases as your squadron sprinkles bomblets on the pavement or blows up aircraft shelters using laser-guided bombs.Turn back the Russian tide in the Ukraine. Ride the Mediterranean waves in fast Israeli attack craft, trading barrages of anti-ship missiles with Syrian ships. Stand toe-to-toe against Iran in the Persian Gulf. Wrestle the Falklands under your control. Go “Down Town” around Hanoi and spar with the deadly NV air defences. Hunt down rogue nukes in Pakistan before they fall into terrorist hands. Face off with your carrier group against India or China – from either side. Square off against the Soviet Union in the cold war confrontation, and against resurgent Russia in the new multipolar world order. Lead nuclear-powered sharks of steel against the masters of antisubmarine ops.
Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley including Boudhanath Stupa,Pashupatinath Temple and Bhaktapur Heritage City takes you very close to nature that enchants glimpse of Nepal providing in-depth knowledge about its past history, art & architecture which turn us to the primitive age. As such, a number of tourists from different corners of the world have been enrolling towards Nepal with a view to visit this beautiful country. We have English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Russian and Thai guides with a professional license or tour guiding certificate, ensuring you have the best possible tour experience in Nepal. Depend on our local experts to craft the perfect private tour, custom tour or short or long excursion within Kathmandu Valley the capital of Nepal
In Nepal, going to remote corners of the Himalaya is not a problem for visitors. In fact, it is a pleasurable and exciting activity. How? By helicopter!. Since the whirlybird needs only a small landing space, it can be hired to take tourists to whichever destination and at whatever time they want to go. No wonder chartering a helicopter for sight-seeing has become a popular tourist activity in Nepal.There are two types of helicopters currently operating in the private sector. The most frequently seen is the powerful Russian made MI-17. This is a big bird, capable of transporting 22 passengers or four tons of cargo. The other craft is the smaller and more maneuverable French made Ecureuil AS35OB series. This sports car of the rotor world is smooth and quiet and offers excellent visibility. Wide bodied and comfortable, it can carry five passengers and the newest models can land at 6.100 m. They are thus ideal for Himalayan sight-seeing and intimate charters.